Photo of the iconic "Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas" sign which welcomes visitors to the Las Vegas Strip. Photo is taken at dusk with the sign lit up. Shadows of nearby palm trees and lit up mega resorts can be seen in the background.

“Welcome to Fabulous Las Vegas, Nevada!” That iconic sign at the entrance to the world-famous Las Vegas Strip sums it all up. We live in a city that is home to some of the most amazing mega resorts and casinos in the world. It’s no wonder that four of them made the top 10 in a recent survey ranking the most popular casinos in America.

Latest Study By Slots Of Vegas Measures Popularity Of America’s Casinos

The latest study by Slots Of Vegas measures the popularity of over 300 casinos from across the United States. According to their information from Forbes, the casino industry in the U.S is worth over $53 billion dollars!

That pretty much proves that Americans love going to casinos, even if they choose not to gamble. Casinos have become hubs for restaurants, entertainment, and spas in many cities around our nation.

Basically, the study takes into account reviews on The casinos with the most “excellent” or “very good” reviews receive the highest scores.

Most Popular Casinos: Four Las Vegas Resorts In Top 10

With this in mind, it is great to see that Las Vegas resorts hold the top two positions on the most popular casinos in America list from Slots Of Vegas. Actually, it’s a three-way tie for second place. However, I bet if they had used a “best out of 100” scoring system instead of “best out of 10,” there wouldn’t be any ties.

Furthermore, it is also impressive to note that three of the top 5 spots are held by Sin City destinations.

Comparatively, the east coast casino hub of Atlantic City, New Jersey claims two “most popular” spots in the top 10. Other locations which are home to some of the most popular casinos in America include the states of Washington, California, Connecticut, and Alabama.

Without further ado, let’s check out the top 10 casinos on the list!

  • 10) Gold Coast Casino - Las Vegas, Nevada

    An aerial photo shows the Gold Coast Hotel and Casino October 19, 2005 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    An aerial photo shows the Gold Coast Hotel and Casino October 19, 2005 in Las Vegas, Nevada.

    This Boyd Gaming property on West Flamingo Road in Las Vegas opened back in December, 1986. This casino scored a 7 out of 10 in the survey, and fans of the Gold Coast love the fact that the gaming floor features “Pai Gow Poker, Three Card Poker, and the Koi Grand Fu Wheel.”

  • 9) Foxwoods Casino - Ledyard, Connecticut

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    Foxwoods Resort Casino features deluxe accommodations, fine dining, a wide variety of entertainment attractions and shopping.

    This property is owned by the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation. It is based in Ledyard, Connecticut and it first opened it’s bingo parlor in 1986. The casino opened in 1992, with the hotel opening it’s doors in 1997. Foxwoods scored a 7.1 out of 10 to squeak into 9th place in this survey.

  • 8) Caesars Atlantic City - Atlantic City, New Jersey

    Statues of horses, a fountain bubbling up, and a Roman centurion situated in front of Caesars Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

    Statues of horses, a fountain bubbling up, and a Roman centurion situated in front of Caesars Hotel & Casino in Atlantic City, New Jersey.

    This property started out as the Howard Johnson’s Regency Motor Hotel in 1966. Caesars purchased the property in 1977, renovated the hotel, and reopened as the second casino in Atlantic City. The name was finally changed to it’s current incarnation as Caesars Atlantic City in 1987. This casino scored a 7.7 out of 10. Fans love the fact that they house over 3,400 slot machines. Additionally, the famous Atlantic City boardwalk is within walking distance from the hotel.

  • 7) Wind Creek Casino - Atmore, Alabama

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    I don’t know about you, but I rarely think of Alabama when I think of casinos. However, Wind Creek Casino, owned by Poarch Band of Creek Indians, has a lot of fans in the southeast. They may not offer table games, but they do offer 1,700 slot machines and video poker machines, plus great dining, a golf club, spa, and live entertainment. This casino scored a 7.8 out of 10.

  • 6) Borgata Casino & Spa - Atlantic City, New Jersey

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    Here’s another Atlantic City favorite, owned by MGM Resorts International. Borgata Hotel Casino & Spa opened its doors in July 2003 and is now the highest grossing casino in Atlantic City. It’s also the largest hotel in the state, featuring close to 2,800 rooms. Furthermore, it’s very close to the Jersey Shore, and also houses five indoor and outdoor pools on the property. This casino scored a 7.9 out of 10.

  • 5) The Venetian Resort - Las Vegas, Nevada

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    Our standard suite is nearly double the size of the average Las Vegas hotel room. Book direct on our site enjoy free cancellations, Wi-Fi & parking.

    Businessman Sheldon Adelson developed The Venetian Resort in Las Vegas through his company, Las Vegas Sands. Doors opened in May, 1999, and The Venetian continues to attract some of the most famous entertainers in the world to it’s state-of-the-art Venetian Theater. This casino scored an 8.5 out of 10.

  • 4) Thunder Valley Casino Resort - Lincoln, California

    Just 30 miles northeast of Sacramento, California sits one of the fastest growing suburban areas in that state. Lincoln, California is now home to the Thunder Valley Casino Resort, which boasts 250,000 square feet of gaming space. It is located within driving distance of the very popular Napa Valley region of California. This casino scored an 8.7 out of 10 to become part of a three-way tie for second place in this study.

  • 3) Tulalip Resort Casino - Tulalip, Washington

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    This casino is owned and operated by the Tulalip Tribes of Washington, and it’s located in the Quil Ceda Village, Washington. The casino opened in June 2003, replacing a previous casino on that property which had opened in 1992. This casino is one of the largest in America, and some say, the most expensive too. It’s proximity to the Puget Sound makes for great fishing, shopping, and dining expeditions. This casino also scored an 8.7 out of 10 to tie for second place.

  • 2) Bellagio Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas, Nevada

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    Sitting on the former site of the famous Dunes Hotel & Casino in the middle of the Las Vegas Strip, casino owner Steve Wynn created this casino to be the jewel of the city. It cost $1.6 billion dollars to build this resort, which opened in October, 1998. It’s famous fountain show in front of the hotel and casino has been featured in many television shows and movies, including Oceans 11. The Bellagio scored an 8.7 out of 10 to tie for second place.

  • 1) MGM Grand Hotel & Casino - Las Vegas, Nevada

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    It’s the largest single hotel in the world…period. The MGM Grand Hotel & Casino boasts 6,852 rooms! And many of those rooms offer fantastic views of the fabulous Las Vegas Strip. The property hosts some of the biggest names and sporting events in the entertainment world in the MGM Grand Garden Arena. This casino scored a 9.1 out of 10 to take top honors.

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